Remember Me, this futuristic Neo-Paris, and building your own combos

Remember Me, this futuristic Neo-Paris, and building your own combos

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First and foremost, this is Remember Me, the 2013 debut from Dontnod Entertainment, not the 2010 American romantic coming of age drama film starring Robert Pattinson and a forced, offensive 9/11 plot twist. Which I’ve not actually seen, but sometimes you really can’t avoid spoilers for anythingin this day and age. Anyways, the game is its own thing, been sitting on my PlayStation 3 for many…

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Don’t look at me.

Don’t look at me.

Every mission repeatedly in Metal Gear Solid: VR Missions

Every mission repeatedly in Metal Gear Solid: VR Missions

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It all began in Metal Gear Solid, right there on the main menu. Basically, you could take on 10 different tutorial missions all set in a Tron-inspired virtual reality that would teach Solid Snake–or rather you,the player–the ins and outs of being a sneaky, alarm-bypassing soldier. The idea behind this is that players were offered a chance to learn how to be Solid Snake outside of the game while…

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The Deepest Sleep’s nightmare ends and begins anew

The Deepest Sleep’s nightmare ends and begins anew

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I kind of planned my playthrough of Deeper Sleep just perfectly to line up with the release of the third and final game in the trilogy, The Deepest Sleep, which came out last week. Alas, my weekend was busy full of party planning, party partying, and party recovering, so I only just got around to returning to the darkness last night. The sad truth is that all three of these games are small,…

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A bad puffer.

A bad puffer.

Transistor’s futuristic city Cloudbank takes a Turn() for the worse

Transistor’s futuristic city Cloudbank takes a Turn() for the worse

Transistor game final thoughts

It’s been several weeks now since I played and beat Transistor, and since then I’ve come to the unfortunate conclusion that Supergiant Games’ second outing is no Bastion II. You might already have suspected that based on the look and tone of Transistor, but everything else seems to shout “same mechanics, same style, same story-telling”…alas, it is not so. That’s not to say that Transistoron its…

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When someone is standing in front of the thing you need at the grocery store, so you just stand around awkwardly and wait for them to move.

When someone is standing in front of the thing you need at the grocery store, so you just stand around awkwardly and wait for them to move.